Chevron Price Gouging?
Is Chevron Price Gouging? A friend of mine stopped at a gas station in Goleta, CA, the other day. He was shocked to see what was going on. Students from UCSB mindlessly paying for gas that was priced 53 cents higher than gas stations right down the street. Gas stations that are within visual distance of University Chevron.
With all the ways to communicate (cell phone, txt, Internet) is price gouging really a problem of the company that’s doing it? Or is this a problem with the customers? Anyone who is purchasing gas at this Chevron for 53 cents higher than the station right down the street is wasting my property tax money. My taxes keep their tuition low, and they are just wasting it. The problem isn’t Chevron. The problem is our colleges.